The distance from a finished wall or floor to the center of the waste or supply opening or mounting holes on a plumbing fixture.
The act of preparing a surface by applying tar paper and metal lath (or wire mesh). Sometimes called "wiring".
A cylindrical file with teeth all around.
Round front bowl
Standard shape of the front of a toilet bow, having dimensions of 14" wide by 16 1Ú2" long from center of seat hinge holes to front outside rim edge.
Round nose chisel
The round nose chisel is designed to smooth concave surfaces.
Timber, such as a pole, which is in its original form.
To use a router. To remove excess material.
A power tool used for shaping and carving wood. A high-speed cutting bit is maneuvered to remove material where desired.
Similar in its function to the stationary wood shaper, the router is a faster, more portable tool. The combination of high speed and a fewer number of bit flutes typically two also makes the router a cleaner cutting tool. No other power tool has the router's capacity to cut intricate contours in wood. With just a moderate amount of practice, a router in the hands of an amateur craftsman can produce artistry in wood.
The cutting bit used on a router. Bits come in various sizes and shapes for specific uses.